Series History: Steelers at Ravens

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The Pittsburgh Steelers and Baltimore Ravens will meet for the 37th time in a regular season series that began in 1996 on Thursday, Sept. 11...the two teams will square off in a primetime game for the 12th time in the all-time series, with Pittsburgh holding a one game advantage of 6-5 under the lights against Baltimore...each of the previous five meetings and 10 of the last 12 gmes between the two AFC North teams have been decided by three points or less.

Steelers-Ravens Primetime Results

11/9/1997Pittsburgh 37, Baltimore 0in Pittsburgh
12/16/2001Pittsburgh 26, Baltimore 21at Baltimore
12/28/2003Baltimore 13, Pittsburgh 10 (OT)at Baltimore
10/31/2005Pittsburgh 20, Baltimore 19in Pittsburgh
11/5/2007Pittsburgh 38, Baltimore 7in Pittsburgh
9/29/2008Pittsburgh 23, Baltimore 20 (OT)in Pittsburgh
11/29/2009Baltimore 20, Pittsburgh 17 (OT)at Baltimore
12/5/2010Pittsburgh 13, Baltimore 10at Baltimore
11/6/2011Baltimore 23, Pittsburgh 20in Pittsburgh
11/18/2012Baltimore 13, Pittsburgh 10in Pittsburgh
11/28/2013Baltimore 22, Pittsburgh 20at Baltimore

By Three Or Less

Each of the previous five meetings and 10 of the last 12 games between Pittsburgh and Baltimore has been decided by three points or less.

The five game streak of a Steelers-Ravens game being decided by three points or less is tied as the second longest such streak between division opponents since 1970:

RANKDIVISIONAL TEAMSCONS. GAMES BY 3 OR LESS
1Denver vs. Oakland, 1983-19866

T2

Pittsburgh vs. Baltimore, 2011-current

Miami vs. New England, 1997-1999

Green Bay vs. Minnesota, 2003-2005

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Highlight photos from the game between the Pittsburgh Steelers and the Baltimore Ravens. The Ravens defeated the Steelers 22-20.

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Steelers-Ravens Series History

  • Series History: Series began in 1996
  • Overall Regular Season: Steelers lead 20-16
  • At Pittsburgh: Steelers lead 11-7
  • At Baltmore: Tied, 9-9
  • Neutral Sites: n/a
  • Last Regular-Season Meeting: Nov. 28, 2013 in Baltimore (Baltimore 22, Pittsburgh 20)
  • Postseason Series: Steelers lead 3-0
  • Last Postseason Meeting: Jan. 15, 2011 in Pittsburgh (Pittsburgh 31, Baltimore 24)

(preseason and postseason record not included in overall series record)


Steelers-Ravens Superlatives

Passing Yards

SteelersKordell Stewart33312/16/2001
RvensJeff Blake33612/29/2002

Rushing Yards

SteelersJerome Bettis13710/5/1997
RavensRay Rice14112/27/2009

Receiving Yards

SteelersPlaxico Burress16412/16/2001
RavensQadry Ismail25812/12/1999

Baltimore 22, Pittsburgh 20Nov. 28, 2013M&T Bank Stadium (71,005)

With less than two minutes remaining, the Steelers failed to convert a two-point attempt and did not recover the ensuing onside kick, and lost to the Baltimore Ravens, 22-20, at M&T Bank Stadium.

On Baltimore's first drive, QB Joe Flacco and WR Torrey Smith connected on a 54-yard pass and then on a seven-yard touchdown to give the Ravens an early 7-0 lead. Midway through the second quarter, K Justin Tucker connected on a 43-yard field goal to increase Baltimore's lead, 10-0.

Tucker nailed a 34-yarder on the Ravens' first drive of the second half to give Baltimore a 13-0 lead. On the Steelers' ensuing drive, QB Ben Roethlisberger led the team on a seven-play, 80-yard drive that was capped off by an eight-yard touchdown pass to WR Emmanuel Sanders to cut the lead, 13-7.

But on the Ravens' next drive, WR Jacoby Jones returned the kickoff 73 yards. Five plays later, Tucker made a 38-yard field goal to give Baltimore a 16-7 lead. Tucker added a 45-yard field goal early in the fourth quarter to increase Baltimore's lead, 19-7.

Pittsburgh then marched 60 yards in 10 plays and scored on a one-yard run by RB Le'Veon Bell. Baltimore responded on its next drive as Tucker made his fifth field goal of the game, a 48-yarder, to give Baltimore a 22-14 lead.

Roethlisberger then led the Steelers on a 13-play, 79-yard drive that ended with a one-yard touchdown pass to WR Jerricho Cotchery. Trailing 22-20, the Steelers attempted to tie the game with a two-point conversion, but Roethlisberger's pass to Sanders fell incomplete.

GAME SUMMARY

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Steelers (5-7)0071320
Ravens (6-6)736622

SCORING DRIVES

TEAMQTIMEPLAYDRIVESCORE
BAL19:18Smith 7-yd pass from Flacco (Tucker kick)8-71; 3:060-7
BAL23:01Tucker 43-yd. FG9-31; 4:180-10
BAL39:21Tucker 34-yd. FG13-52; 5:390-13
PIT36:26Sanders 8-yd. pass from Roethlisberger (Suisham kick)7-80; 2:557-13
BAL33:49Tucker 38-yd. FG5-7; 2:377-16
BAL413:59Tucker 45-yd. FG7-37; 3:007-19
PIT49:32Bell 1-yd. run (Suisham kick)10-60; 4:2714-19
BAL45:37Tucker 48-yd. FG7-36; 3:5514-22
PIT41:03Cotchery 1-yd. pass from Roethlisberger (pass failed)13-79; 4:3420-22

The Pittsburgh Steelers faced the Baltimore Ravens at M&T Bank Stadium in Baltimore, Maryland on Thanksgiving Day.

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